Nanotechnology, thanks to the size of the tools in this category, has raised great expectations in the field of in vivo diagnostics and, especially, in therapy. The dimensions, like those typical of biological macromolecules, allow nanotools to interact with cells.

The versatility of AcZon nanoparticles makes them optimal candidates to become theranostic tools.

Preliminary experiments, focusing on the use of nanoparticles as contrast reagent in microPET, have already been performed in collaboration with the University of Bologna with satisfactory results.

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